- Campaign Finance
- City Officers
- Campaign Consultants
- Major Developers
- Permit Consultants
The following Statement of Economic Interests datasets are available from SF OpenData. The data contains the contents of the Statement of Economic Interests forms filed by elected officials, members of boards and commissions, and department heads. These datasets can be filtered, embedded into your own web site, built into charts, or exported into a variety of formats. Each dataset at SF OpenData is updated nightly.
- Cover Page
- Schedule A1 – Investments: Stocks, Bonds, and Other Interests
- Schedule A2 – Investments, Income, and Assets of Business Entities/Trusts
- Schedule B – Interests in Real Property
- Schedule C – Income, Loans, & Business Positions
- Schedule D – Income: Gifts
- Schedule E – Travel Payments, Advances, and Reimbursements
For information on API documentation for these datasets, visit the API documentation page.
Online Form 700 datasets and statements posted online redact some fields to address filers’ privacy concerns, however un-redacted Form 700 datasets and statements are available from the Ethics Commission upon request.
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Filing Officer Report – Late-Filers
Per San Francisco Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code Section 3.1-104: On or before April 10th of each year, every filing officer shall submit a written report to the Ethics Commission setting forth the names of those persons who are required to file a Form 700 Statement of Economic Interests with that filing officer under this Chapter but failed to do so by the statutory deadline. The Ethics Commission shall maintain on its website, a database of the names, departments, and positions of persons who are required to file any statement required by Sections 3.1-101, 3.1-102, and 3.1-103 of the Campaign and Governmental Conduct Code (Form 700 Statements of Economic Interests, Sunshine Ordinance Declarations, and Certificates of Ethics Training) but have failed to file on a timely basis.
This dataset contains the names of designated employees, elected officials, commissioners, and department heads who did not filed an annual FPPC Form 700 by the statutory deadline. The filers listed in the late filer report may have filed since the late filer report was published. Check with the department of the filer to inquire about the status of a filing.